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The Good Samaritan Paying the Innkeeper for the Care of the Wounded Man

The Good Samaritan Putting the Traveller on His Donkey

Map of the Old Continent exhibiting its greatest diametrical length from the point of East Tartary to the Cape of Good Hope

[Voyages and travels to Guinea, Benin, Kongo and Angola. Description of Loango, Kongo, Angola, Benguela, and adjacent countries. Description of the countries along the eastern coast of Africa, from Cape of Good Hope to Cape Guarda Fuy. Voyages and of Africa, from Cape of Good Hope to Cape Guarda Fuy. Voyages and travels in China, 1655-1722; Volume III; Frontispiece.]

A chart of eastern coast of Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope, to Cape del Gada.

A map of the country of the Hottentots, towards the Cape of Good Hope..

A chart of the western coast of Africa, from the eleventh degree of south latitude, to the Cape of Good Hope.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich's Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich's Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Harbor beach, Cape Ann, Mass.

Good Harbor beach, Cape Ann, Mass.

"Good bye to Lake George." Glen's Falls Stage.

Interior view of hall ready for celebration with decorations reading "Good Luck."

"Good bye to Lake George." Glen's Falls Stage.

Good Rich's Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

"Good bye to Lake George." Glen's Falls Stage.

Good Rich's Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Below Good Rich Falls, looking up, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

Interior view of hall ready for celebration with decorations reading "Good Luck."

Below Good Rich Falls, looking up, Bartlett, N.H.

Good Rich Falls, Bartlett, N.H.

"Good bye to Lake George." Glen's Falls Stage.

[Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd. (Interior view showing stained glass windows.).]

[Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd. (Interior view showing stained glass windows.).]

[Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd.]

Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd. Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.

[Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd.]

Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd. Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.

View of the interior of Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, Conn. (Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.)

View of the interior of Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, Conn. (Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.)

View of the interior of Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, Conn. (Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.)

View of the interior of Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, Conn. (Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.)

Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, Connecticut. Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.

Hartford, Connecticut. Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd.

Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, Connecticut. Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.

Hartford, Connecticut. Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd.

Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, build by Mrs. Colt.

Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, build by Mrs. Colt.

House of the Good Shepard.

House of the Good Shepard.

Southampton. - Good Ground Canoe Place, Town of Southampton, Suffolk Co. - Union Place, Town of Southampton, Suffolk Co. - West Hampton, Town of Southampton, Suffolk Co. - Speonk, Town of Southampton, Suffolk Co.

Res. of W. S. Benedict, Warwick, N.Y. ; Res. of Chas. L. Morehouse, Town of Warwick, N.Y. ; National Hotel, Warwick, N.Y., Demerest Hall attached, T. H. Demerest Prop. Good Livery connected with this house.

Alexander ( P.O.) [Village]; Heintz Hotel, Alexander, Genesee Co., N.Y. J. Heintz, Proprietor. Good livery in connection. ; South Alabama [Village]

Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd Hartford, Connecticut. Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.

[Church of the Good Shepherd (interior).]

[Church of the Good Shepherd (interior).]

Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd Hartford, Connecticut. Erected by Mrs. Samuel Colt.

Church of the Good Shepherd.

Church of the Good Shepherd.

Good night love, good night!

Good bye, sweet day!

Good night love, good night!

Good night love, good night!

Good bye, sweet day!

Good bye, sweet day!

Good night love, good night!

Good night love, good night!

Good night love, good night!

Good bye, sweet day!

Good bye, sweet day!

Good bye, sweet day!

Good night sweetheart : ballad

Good night sweetheart : ballad

Good bye, sweet dream, good bye : ballad

Good bye, sweet dream, good bye : ballad

Good bye, sweet dream, good bye : ballad

Good night sweetheart : ballad

Good night sweetheart : ballad

My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night.

Good night sweetheart : ballad

Good bye, sweet dream, good bye : ballad

Good night sweetheart : ballad

Good bye, sweet dream, good bye : ballad

Good bye, sweet dream, good bye : ballad

Good friends, true friends

Good friends, true friends

Good friends, true friends

Good friends, true friends

Good friends, true friends

Good friends, true friends

There is nothing like a Good Book, Life Cartoons

Good night, little girl, good night

Plenty of Good Fish in the Sea, Life Cartoons

Good Harbor Beach, Bass Rocks, Gloucester, Mass.

Good old glory

Good night, little girl, good night

Good night, little girl, good night

Good night, little girl, good night

Good old glory

Good old glory

Good night, little girl, good night

Good old glory

Good night, little girl, good night

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